Webinar Summary: In response to COVID-19, employers have rapidly established systems to enable remote work. Could working from home become the new normal, reducing the need to live near jobs and encouraging a move away from the urban core? Will offices located in employment centers, as well as traditional 9-to-5 hours and associated commutes give way to greater workplace flexibility? What will this mean for the future of commercial development and growing employment centers throughout the GTA? What is the future of commuter suburbs, and could we see the rise of exurbs and migration to rural villages?
Small Vehicles, Big Impact: Micromobility’s Value for Cities and Real Estate demonstrates the value of micromobility to the real estate industry, shows the growing case for real estate professionals to support micromobility (such as by providing onsi...
While in some ways the core methods of the construction and financing of buildings has not changed much compared to other industries, the real estate industry must always adapt to changes in preferences, often driven by changes in technology.
ULI was asked by the Washington DC Economic Partnership and the District government to convene a virtual Advisory Services panel to provide strategic recommendations for ensuring the economic resilience of the District’s CBD, and that post-COVID reco...